News Reese Witherspoon is Totally Down for 'Sweet Home Alabama 2' By Jennifer Drysdale 6:57 PM PDT, August 25, 2016 Getty Images Reese Witherspoon is ready to head back to Alabama! The 40-year-old actress sat down for a Facebook Live to chat with her fans on Thursday, and revealed she's definitely up for making a sequel to Sweet Home Alabama! RELATED: Reese Witherspoon Adorably Rocks Out to 'Sweet Home Alabama' -- See the Video!"I love Sweet Home Alabama!" Witherspoon raved in response to a fan's comment on the 2002 film. "We are not making a sequel that I know of, but if Disney wants to call me, I would happily make a Sweet Home Alabama 2!" she said.Throughout her 20 minute chat, Witherspoon also dished on a couple other fan favorites, teasing that she's thinking about making another Legally Blonde."I really loved making Wild, a movie I made a couple years ago," she said of her favorite movies to make. "I also loved making Legally Blonde, because I love pink! It was really fun!""I got to wear all the amazing costumes, and I got to work with a dog every day. I love dogs!" she added.See more from Witherspoon's Facebook Live in the video below. WATCH: 'Legally Blonde' Turns 15: 4 Things You Might Not Know About the Reese Witherspoon FilmIt may have been 15 years since Legally Blonde came out, but Witherspoon has no trouble fitting into her old Elle Woods costumes.Just last month, the actress slipped back into the film's iconic teeny pink bikini for an epic throwback shot."I'm able to recall hundreds of important details at the drop of a hat," she posted to Instagram, along with the hashtag "#LegallyBlonde15." View this post on InstagramA post shared by Reese Witherspoon (@reesewitherspoon) WATCH: Reese Witherspoon Does the Bend and Snap in Honor of 'Legally Blonde' Turning 15!See more in the video below.'Legally Blonde' Turns 15! Watch the 6 Life Lessons From Elle Woods This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.